Tetia Lee has impacted the cultural landscape of Indiana for greater than 20 years. She has worked across the state in a variety of roles including outreach director and professor. Lee has degrees from the School of the Art Institute, the American Academy of Art, the Florence Academy of Art, Indiana State University, and Texas Tech, respectively. During her tenure with the Tippecanoe Arts Federation she has provided leadership for a regional cultural plan and its implementation, development of nationally recognized programs, and increasing the quality and quantity of public art within north central Indiana. She is an advocate for equitable access to arts and arts education and serves on the boards of the Quality of Life Council and the Lafayette Police Foundation. Tetia is a Joyce Fellow for Americans for the Arts. In addition to her passion for the arts, Tetia is a lover of craft beers, travel, and strategic political discourse.
Tetia oversees the work of the Tippecanoe Arts Federation and its role within the local, regional, and state spheres. Lee is the organizational lead for:
- Arts advocacy
- NCHS Capital Grants
- Organizational consulting
- Public Art